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Category Archives: Dyslexia Treatment

Bringing the classroom home, Part 2: Josie Moretti

Last week we shared the reflections of Lexercise teletherapist Leahann McLaughlin.  This week, Lexercise teletherapist, Josie Moretti shares her thoughts about online structured literacy intervention. …

Bringing the classroom home, Part 1: Leahann McLaughlin

As you probably know, Lexercise believes in online learning!  For more than a decade, Lexercise has continually refined our online structured literacy teaching platform.  Now, …

Interactive Gets More Active and Attractive

You may have noticed that we recently made some dramatic improvements to the Lexercise practice platform, with new games that enable students to practice the …

February 3, 2020 in Blog-Posts, dyslexia, Dyslexia Treatment

Who Puts the Active in Interactive?

There’s a lot going on at Lexercise. So much, in fact, that we will be sharing our news with you over the course of two …

August 14, 2019 in Blog-Posts, Dyslexia Treatment

Just Eight Weeks to Better Reading

If your child is a struggling reader or speller, you’ve probably tried just about everything. You’ve talked to teachers, counselors, and school administrators. You’ve talked …

July 23, 2019 in Blog-Posts, Dyslexia Treatment

Drawing Parallels: Literacy and Music

Learning to read and write – what we call literacy – is a lot like learning to play a musical instrument. When we hear a …

May 10, 2019 in dyslexia, Dyslexia Treatment

Sum-sum-summertime!

What’s on your family’s calendar for summer? A National Park vacation? Visit to grandma? Swimming lessons? What about maintaining or improving your child’s reading and …

Face-to-Face with Lexercise

Jen Parra, Lexercise therapist and founder/owner/executive director of Multisensory Reading Center, says she had a “run-of-the-mill childhood.” Born and raised in the Denver area, she …

Building a System for Literacy

In a recent post, we discussed the value of using systems to achieve goals. In our last post, we talked about the importance of using …

Systems vs. Goals: Is it time to toss out the resolutions?

When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, many of us put the same things on our list year after year: lose weight, exercise more, travel, …

November 6, 2018 in dyslexia, Dyslexia Treatment

Simplifying the Simple View of Reading

For many parents, and even for some educators, the Simple View of Reading is not so simple. The Simple View of Reading is an academic …

Best Practices for Dyslexia Diagnosis and Treatment

  When parents notice that their child is having difficulty with reading, writing, speaking, or understanding language, they typically turn to the child’s teachers, other …